Gold Dome: Campaign Finance Measure Makes Ballot

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A campaign finance initiative will make it on the November Colorado ballot among 11 other measures. The measure would allow higher campaign spending limits for candidates with self-funded competitors.

The House committee coming up with new sexual harassment policies at the legislature is considering publicly shaming any legislators who do not comply.

The Brett Kavanaugh Supreme Court confirmation continuesProtestors continued to try to stymy the proceedings this morning, and President Donald Trump decried the Democrats who attempted to slow the process as well.

The director of the Colorado Commission on Indian Affairs is leaving the job after 11 years at the post. He will go to Keystone Policy Center.

Golden is considering lowering the voting age for local elections to 16.

Westminster police shot and killed a burglary suspect who they say charged him with a knife. The suspect was still in the home being burglarized while the homeowner was barricaded in a bedroom.

Leaders from Denver’s Catholic community are sounding off on allegations of sexual abuse within the church.

If you work downtown, there’s a good chance you’re working among tech employees. The tech industry has taken over office space downtown as it brings more and more workers in from the coasts.

Special Counsel Robert Mueller said he’ll accept written answers from President Donald Trumpregarding whether his campaign conspired with Russian election interference.

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